What’s new in the RS2+?
Emlid has revamped its flagship multi-band GNSS receiver, with the RS2+ to provide enhanced usability, reliability and robustness. The built-in LTE modem enables you to connect to 2G, 3G and 4G networks, providing connectivity when and where you need it most. The RS2+ also features dual diversity LTE antennas for improved cellular reception, allowing you to maintain a stable connection and to explore further, even in harsh weather conditions.
In addition to all the features we know and love from the RS2, there is also a range of new design improvements to ensure your receiver is more rugged and reliable.
Gets fix in seconds
The Reach RS2+ allows you to secure a fixed solution in seconds and maintains robust performance even in challenging conditions.
In RTK mode, centimetre accuracy can be achieved over 60km. In PPK mode, you can achieve centimetre accuracy over 100km.
Built-in LTE modem
The power-efficient LTE modem with global coverage means corrections can be accessed or broadcast over NTRIP independently, without relying on an internet connection from your phone.
22 hours on one charge
Reach RS2+ can log data for up to 22 hours and function as a cellular-connected rover for up to 16 hours, even in cold weather. With its long-life battery, you can be sure the RS2+ is ready when you are, and there’s no need to carry spare batteries.
The RS2+ can be charged from a USB wall charger or power bank via USB-C.
Surveying with Emlid Flow
The Reach RS2+ comes with the Emlid Flow app, providing an easy-to-use data collection mobile app solution for both Android and iOS. With Emlid Flow, you can collect and stakeout points and control all the features of Reach receivers, such as setting up a base station, logging RINEX data, and configuring NMEA output.
With Emlid Flow you can save points, export data in several different file formats (CSV, DXF and ShapeFile), and share it using your mobile device.
WGS84, NAD83, GDA94, GDA2020, and others
Record three types of logs with RS2+: position, base correction and raw data. Point collection and recording of RAW data are independent processes and can be used simultaneously. Users of the Emlid Flow mobile app can use the simple and intuitive interface for logging configuration and control.
Emlid also provides Emlid Studio for PPK. It’s free and can be downloaded from Emlid’s online docs.
Base station mode
The RS2+ can be used as a base station, compatible with other GNSS receivers that support RTCM3 and NTRIP, such as the Reach RS2, RS+, M2 and M+. Corrections can be sent over the network via NTRIP/TCP or LoRa radio, and base logs can be recorded for post-processing. External radios are also supported over the RS-232 built-in interface.
Reach RS2+ can send precise coordinates over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi to your tablet with a lightbar navigation app. RS-232 interface allows you to connect Reach RS2+ directly to an auto-steering system.
MachineryGuide, AgriBus-Navi, Efarmer, Agripilot.
NMEA, ERB, plain text.
Engineered to be tough
IP67 rated, the RS2+ is waterproof up to a one-metre depth. All RS2+ connectors are completely sealed and protected from water and dust with silicone plugs.
The RS2+ has been extensively tested in conditions that simulate the coldest winters and hottest summers to ensure the receiver is ready to work wherever you go.
Made with Polycarbonate, an extremely durable material that is used in bulletproof glass, the Reach RS2+ is impact-resistant.
RUGGED 5/8″ MOUNT
Precision CNC machined threaded mount is inserted during the moulding process and becomes one with plastic.
Metal mount works as a heatsink transferring heat away from the electronic components ensuring stable operation in hot climates.
LONG LASTING BATTERY
Reach RS2+ works for up to 22 hours in static logging and up to 16 hours in RTK with cellular on. You don’t need to worry about having spare batteries or replacing them in the field. Hot-swaps are a thing of the past.
Compact and lightweight
Measures 128mm х 142mm and weighs 950g. The Reach RS2+ is small enough to fit in a small bag and lighter than a typical survey pole.